Hold on just one second!!!!
The bridgestones will work well for you if you plan on staying on the pavement.
If I was spending money on "all-terrain" tires; I would most definitely go with the BFG AT KO.. They will only cost you another $100 for the set, but you will get sooo much more out of them when compared to the Bridgestone. I have run the BFGs and they are GREAT Trail riders until you get into mud.. That is when things will get a little dicey for you as most AT tires will "gum-up" quickly.. They will last a lifetime should you treat them right, and they are by far the best snow tire I have ran to date..
Spend an extra $100 and go with the BFG AT KO: BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO
I actually run the Bridgestone duelers on my GMC Yukon during the winter months and they are a very nice tire, but they seem designed to ride more like a passenger tire.